It is with the cycling of styles that we see influence from the 19th century making headway in the design space once again, and it comes as no surprise.
Set back from the water on B.C.’s Sunshine Coast, Roberts Creek Residence combines characteristics of local wood cabin structures and contemporary dwellings into a compelling architecture made up of a series of three distinct areas, each with its own vaulted ceiling.
The wallpaper—titled The Bear—references the namesake novel through a pattern of oil-painted motifs.
Atelier by Lambert & Fils utilizes a delicate suspension with forms that sit variously between industrial and organic.
Instantly recognizable for its simple, practical, elegant designs, the Scandinavian style has had perhaps an unparalleled impact on contemporary design at large.
The name &Daughters nods to the historical underrepresentation of women in architecture, serving to emphasize the value of a fresh perspective.
Neutral shades are contrasted by a dynamic palette of colours with metal chairs in yellow and flesh pink along with leather-like upholstered benches and geometric suspension lighting.
Based in Southern California, John Sharp describes himself as a spatial conceptualizer and environmental designer.
Scott Specht says that his greatest influence for Sangre de Cristo House was the Land art movement, which has always worked well with the expansive natural canvas that is the desert.